Chesham Town Council manages children’s play areas at the below sites. In 2009, the Council published its Play Area Strategy, which outlines how our play areas will be upgraded to provide an even distribution of high quality play areas across town. To date, the play areas in Lowndes Park, Gordon Road, Marston Field, Moor Road, Codmore Field and Windsor Road have been upgraded through this strategy. For further information, please contact the Town Hall by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01494 774842 or in person (Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm).
BOIS MOOR ROAD
Bois Moor play area is currently closed following storm damage in 2022.
The play area on Moor Road was totally refurbished in 2010 and is specifically designed to have equipment accessible for children with disabilities.
CODMORE PLAYING FIELD
The playing field includes an enclosed children’s play area, newly refurbished in 2016, and a multi-use goal.
A small children's play area refurbished in 2012.
Lowndes Park contains a play area refurbished in 2009, with equipment for children ranging in age from toddlers to 13-year-olds. The park also has a multi-sports court (MUGA) and a skate park.
MARSTON PLAYING FIELD
Marston Field includes an enclosed children’s play area. Marston play area was totally refurbished in 2010
NASHLEIGH HILL RECREATION GROUND PLAY AREA
Chesham Town Council are pleased to announce the new play area at Nashleigh Hill Recreation Ground is now complete and open to the public. The play area was funded by Chesham Town Council and the Chesham and Villages Community Board, as part of the Council’s on-going commitment to improving play areas in the town. The Town Council have invested £45,000 in phase one of this project. The Council have worked with local residents to identify the new equipment required and a further phase of work shall be completed once further funds become available.
Windsor Road includes an enclosed children's play area, which was totally refurbished in 2012.
Enclosed play area at the southern end of town.